We sat down with three transplanted Alabamians to find out their favorite things to do and see in the Big Apple.
Country music star Sara Evans may have moved to Nashville, but we still claim her as one of our own. Here, she takes us on a tour of her favorite spots in her new hometown and shares her latest endeavors.
Travelers have long felt the tidal pull of the Carolina Lowcountry—especially the quaint resort community of Palmetto Bluff. Residents and visitors agree that there’s no better place for R & R and local culture.
Destin, Florida, may not be the remote fishing village it once was, but there’s still plenty of serenity to be found—if you know where to look. PS: We’ll give you a hint: The Henderson
There’s no better time than autumn to check out the wonders of Savannah, Georgia. From luxurious hotels to the arts to the city’s fascinating maritime history, it’s easy to become enchanted with this city steeped in grit and culture.
Cashiers, North Carolina, may be the most well-known town in Jackson County, but the nearby communities of Sylva, Dillsboro, Cullowhee, and Tuckasegee are equally eager to show you what they’ve got. So grab your best friends or extended family and head north. Here are our picks for a fun-filled, long weekend.
Experience the beauty, adventure, and romantic history of this splendid Georgia destination.
Two Alabama natives have made their favorite travel destinations a way of life. Check out their luxurious vacation rentals in Costa Rica and San Miguel de Allende, along with recommendations for the ultimate in relaxation and adventure.
Overlooking the Gulf of Mexico and Deer Lake State Park, this beach home merges carefree elegance with timeless comfort amid a stunning coastal setting.
The German writer Goethe called architecture “frozen music.” Indeed, historic homes embody the harmonies and rhythms of the past—one of many reasons they deserve to be cherished. We visit four fine examples from around Alabama.